Connect with us

Canadian

Teed-off golf courses lobby to get Ontario to reverse closures amid pandemic

Spread the love

People hoping to hit the greens this spring were surprised Ontario’s enhanced stay-at-home-order amid the pandemic has shut golf courses, among other outdoor amenities. Enthusiasts of the sport say safety protocols were already well put in place, and they’re lobbying the province to reopen sites that were closed April 16. The no-contact outdoor sport was played throughout 2020, after clubs initiated health and…

Published

on

Spread the love

Lively Golf Club -18th hole

People hoping to hit the greens this spring were surprised Ontario’s enhanced stay-at-home-order amid the pandemic has shut golf courses, among other outdoor amenities. Enthusiasts of the sport say safety protocols were already well put in place, and they’re lobbying the province to reopen sites that were closed April 16. The no-contact outdoor sport was played throughout 2020, after clubs initiated health and safety protocols.


Read More >>

Canadian

‘It doesn’t seem real’: COVID-19 patient reunited with family after spending 120 days in hospital

Spread the love

An Ontario man has been reunited with his wife and family after spending 120 days in the hospital following a battle with COVID-19.

Published

on

By

Spread the love

An Ontario man has been reunited with his wife and family after spending 120 days in the hospital following a battle with COVID-19.
Read More >>

Continue Reading

Canadian

How to overcome needle phobia when getting a COVID-19 vaccine

Spread the love

While many people happily pose for their COVID-19 vaccine selfies, sitting down for the shot may cause deep anxiety for those suffering from needle phobias. CTVNews.ca speaks with experts about how they can face their fears when getting the jab.

Published

on

By

Spread the love

While many people happily pose for their COVID-19 vaccine selfies, sitting down for the shot may cause deep anxiety for those suffering from needle phobias. CTVNews.ca speaks with experts about how they can face their fears when getting the jab.
Read More >>

Continue Reading

Canadian

‘A hug can have such a positive impact’: Ont. family working to bring Hug Glove to isolated Canadians

Spread the love

An Ontario family that created a Hug Glove so they could hug their grandma amid the COVID-19 pandemic have partnered with a Canadian manufacturer to bring the product to others in need of an embrace.

Published

on

By

Spread the love

An Ontario family that created a Hug Glove so they could hug their grandma amid the COVID-19 pandemic have partnered with a Canadian manufacturer to bring the product to others in need of an embrace.
Read More >>

Continue Reading
Advertisement

News Trending